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  • #16
    unfortunately Maiden will not be available until late june.
    but yes, unique shirts will be made and available at the tourney for a reasonable price. they will most likely be a tweaked out version of the Maiden graphic. anyways, i'll post the graphic when it's ready.
    May the wind be in your favor...

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Dr. Zaius View Post
      unfortunately Maiden will not be available until late june.
      but yes, unique shirts will be made and available at the tourney for a reasonable price. they will most likely be a tweaked out version of the Maiden graphic. anyways, i'll post the graphic when it's ready.
      In time for the BSF?

      Bob

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      • #18
        Originally posted by "Over the Hill" Bob View Post
        In time for the BSF?

        Bob
        Perhaps...

        For those of you that don't know, Maiden the Shade is a specialty brew made by Jamie Floyd specifically for the Oregon Country Fair with an astonishingly hefty amount of hops to simulate the flavor of, well, our good friend and "cousin" of the hop genus: Ever wonder why the buds of these plants look so similar?

        Anyways bob, I will be at the BSF with our tent and keg of something. what it will be we will just have to wait and see.
        May the wind be in your favor...

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        • #19
          How full is this getting?

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          • #20
            Bring a few of those awesome shirts, we'll see ya at the Fling...
            'J'
            educate your thinking

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            • #21
              i have yet to receive an email from pdga signup so i am not sure of the number we are at. i am hoping by early next week i will have a better idea with an updated registration list.

              this is my first sanctioned tourney with an online signup so i am not exactly sure how long it takes to be notified of updates from pdgasignup.com. Anyone on here have an idea on how fast these guys with updates?
              May the wind be in your favor...

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Dr. Zaius View Post
                i have yet to receive an email from pdga signup so i am not sure of the number we are at. i am hoping by early next week i will have a better idea with an updated registration list.

                this is my first sanctioned tourney with an online signup so i am not exactly sure how long it takes to be notified of updates from pdgasignup.com. Anyone on here have an idea on how fast these guys with updates?
                There usually pretty fast, most of the time from when someone signs up to email sent to TD is around 24 hours. At least for the tournaments we have used them for. The Whistlin Disc Open is also waiting on them to open our registration. It is several days past when we expected to hear from them.

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                • #23
                  Regristration List Updated!

                  May the wind be in your favor...

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                  • #24
                    Hey Will, just wondering if hole 1 will be in its new position, and if so, if any o.b. will come into play?

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                    • #25
                      a great question! and to answer, here is the complete layout!

                      Hole 1 SHORT This is a change to help with flow on the course. perhaps in the future we will have this figured out.
                      Hole 2 (reg)

                      Hole 3 (reg)
                      Hole 4 RIGHT (ob marsh and path, drop zone yes) Another change. The marsh is DEADLY right now, and I'd rather have people yanking their shots right than shorting them left.
                      Hole 5 SHORT (OB, WATER AND BEYOND!) Change. There IS water in the gully right now, and in and across will be ob. The shot is shorter now, which hopefully means more controlled shots with less ob.
                      Hole 6 long (OB, WATER AND BEYOND, no drop zone) OB Change. Since there IS water in the gully, we will use it as ob. Remember, your disc must be fully across the water, or fully surrounded/submerged by water to be ob.
                      Hole 7 (long (new pin position)) **If there is no mow, this will be moved back short**
                      Hole 8 double long (will be considered a par 4, ob right of creek) **If there is no mow, this will be moved short left**
                      Hole 9 center short (ob path, drop zone no, re tee with stroke if you never cross the path)
                      Hole 10 left (ob path, same as above)
                      Hole 11 short (path and left ob) **no triple mandatory**
                      Hole 12 short
                      Hole 13 left
                      Hole 14 long
                      Hole 15 left in cove
                      Hole 16 left (no ob)
                      Hole 17 reg
                      Hole 18 long (no ob, this will be considered a par 4, hole 1 is moved short so there will be no conflicting fairways)

                      The course will play as a par 56 if we get a mow. If not, then hole 8 will be short and it will play as a par 55.
                      any other questions?
                      Last edited by Dr. Zaius; June 1st, 2011, 11:15 AM.
                      May the wind be in your favor...

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                      • #26
                        I really think that you have to make the creek on hole 5 OB to prevent the slow down of people trying to play from the far side of the creek... It sucks and there are plans in the works to re-design the hole, but for now I think the OB really effects the play...

                        I'm also a huge fan of the triple mando... turns a hole that is an easy deuce into a sphincter clincher!

                        I also think you should rope off the fairway past the road on hole one and make it an island green for that hole and OB for hole 18 to define the fairways better and up the pressure on both of those holes, but that may have to wait for the next tournament.

                        PS. These are all pretty strong statements... you are running the tournament... you should lay it out how you want! Basically ignore the ramblings of the gangaly guy in the corner...

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by DexterHawk View Post
                          I really think that you have to make the creek on hole 5 OB to prevent the slow down of people trying to play from the far side of the creek...

                          PS. These are all pretty strong statements... you are running the tournament... you should lay it out how you want! Basically ignore the ramblings of the gangaly guy in the corner...
                          I completely agree, ignore that gangaly guy.

                          As far as speed of play on Hole 5, people going over to retrieve a disc takes just as long (more or less) as going over the creek and playing from there.

                          While I think most leftie/rightie hole discussions are kind of silly, in this case I would bet real dollars that a leftie would never, ever layout a hole like this one. Opening an alternate fairway to the left, raising the ceiling on the existing fairway, making the area across the creek in-bounds, or moving the tee across the creek would all improve this hole.

                          None of this should be an issue for better golfers. I'm thinking of the Ams and Ints.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Jim J View Post
                            While I think most leftie/rightie hole discussions are kind of silly, in this case I would bet real dollars that a leftie would never, ever layout a hole like this one.
                            Unless the leftie had a mean sidearm...

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                            • #29
                              I agree with you Jimmy J... and Tom and I have been making plans and provisions (or revisions) but for this tournament it seems like we should try to at least discourage people from trying to throw over there...

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by blu666z View Post
                                I'd love to play in this, but w/o sign-ups, I'm not sure I want to drive 2 hours to find out it's full.
                                I would like to carpool with you for this! split gas?
                                Nihilists! F@#$ me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.

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